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Congratulations to the Arkansas Conference Award Winners!

WINNING PROJECTS FOR THE 2017 ARKANSAS CONFERENCE ON AUGUST 14th-15th, 2017! 

                                                               CONGRATULATIONS!

DIVIDED HIGHWAY (RURAL) CATEGORY – GOLD WINNER 

 Location: Highway 70 West

Owner:  Arkansas Department of Transportation

Design Engineer: Bridgefarmer and Associates, Inc

District Engineer:  Mark Headley

Resident Engineer: Josh Walker

Contractor: Weaver-Bailey Contractors  

   

 MUNICIPAL LESS THAN 30,000 SQUARE YARDS CATEGORY  – GOLD WINNER 

Location: McClure Drive Extension, Fort Smith Arkansas

Owner: City of Fort Smith

Design Engineer: Mickle Wagner Coleman, Inc.  

City Engineer: Stan Snodgrass

Project Engineer: Brian Waldrip

Contractor: Forsgren, Inc.

2017 Arkansas Conference Registration is now open!

The 2017 Arkansas Conference Registration is now open! 

Please see the attached AGENDA: 2017 Arkansas Agenda 

*PDH’S WILL BE PRESENTED FOR ATTENDANCE.  

The location is at The Holiday Inn Little Rock Airport, Little Rock Arkansas.  Registration will be online as well as sponsorship and exhibit opportunities.  Click here to visit our registration page. 

*Sponsors and Exhibitors: If you prefer to mail a check instead of registering and processing your payment online please let us know and fill out the 2017 Ark Sponsorship Form / 2017 Ark Exhibit Form

Hope to see you all there!!! 

A BIG thank you to all of our sponsors for making 2017 Oklahoma Conference a success!!

Holcim

Ash Grove

 

Fitzgerald Trucking Inc.

Maxwell Supply Co.

Central Plains Cement Company

Thank you all so very much!! 

ODOT Spec Rewrite Meeting Open To ACPA Members

AOGC is hosting a concrete paving specification review on Thursday February 25th at 1pm.

ACPA MEMBERS are welcome to attend. 

Short Street in Oklahoma City has Long History

We came across a great article about  N. Guernsey Avenue that is over 100 years old and wanted to share it with you. Enjoy! 

Click here to view article

 

“The city’s oldest concrete street, Guernsey avenue from Twenty-third to Twenty-fourth streets, was laid in 1918. Concrete was not used, with this exception, until 1920.”

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